Samsung's Galaxy Nexus and HTC's Rezound have both shown up in Verizon's Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) list in what's a sign of them getting close and being expensive. Either of the Android phones could cost $300 on a contract
Yea.... 300 with contract and disappointing hardware upgrade. No thanks. This makes the SGSII more appealing since it will eventually get ICS anyways with a more reasonable price range. They are beginning to think they are Apple, charging such high prices. What is up with the T-Mobile disloyalty also, didn't they support the first to Nexus phones first, and also the first Android phone, why don't they get exclusivity first.
[citation][nom]Netherscourge[/nom]1. How long does the battery last?2. What is call quality like?Neither of those questions were answered.[/citation]
The quality of both will be fine. A mega company would let a phone with bad call quality and horrible battery life be their flagship device
contract-less CDMA provider (as digital drops calls ALL the time) or it's an industry flop. The iphone is popular because the mass public is gullable and beyond stupid. 100$ a month for a phone? 1200 bucks a year? 12,000 USD in a decade, hell no.
[citation][nom]win7guru[/nom]Wow only 10hrs behind every other tech site. Tom's used to be good at getting the scoop on a story, now they are sad. Engadget actually sent reporters for the event.[/citation]
That's because Tom's reporters were all in pilgrimage at Jobs' shrine....
I will get this phone as soon as there is a rooting procedure for it. Shouldn't take long at all.